"Myself" as written by Brian Vander Ark, Brad Vander Ark, A.j. Dunning, Doug Corella and Donny Brown....
You never seen nobody as divine as
She can see reflections in her own eyes
An admission of desire,
On a handsome afternoon
Is an ovation to her ego
In her everyone is everything and
everything is mine

Ms. Marceau
You don't need another,
You'll always be your own hero
Myself Ms. Marceau
You don't need another,
You'll always be your own hero

It's as if we're speaking in another language
Every word means I, Me,
Mine every hello every good (bye)
No escape to the life of the average
It's an ovation to her ego
In her everyone is everything and
everything is mine

We are very fortunate to have her here
Accounts are empty and my friends
Deserted long ago, But
She says that I'm okay... so I'm okay



Lyrics submitted by kevin

"Myself" as written by Doug Corella Donny Brown

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    General CommentTo me, this song seems to be about a girl who's really vain and self obsessed, basically her own hereo. I think this guy was in a realtionship with her, but he's starting to realize how little she needs him. He's trying not to need her back but in the end he's still kinda glad that she's staying
    serenity23on June 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's about a woman who is her 'own hero', but when near the end of the song you hear 'woman disappointed', you know the reason why.
    KStormon May 13, 2009   Link

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